A brand new game
for Windows, HTML5, iPhone, Android TV and more,
every week,
unless exhausted!
Blog
Each week (or whenever I get aroud to releasing a game!) Players submit their thoughts.
I say players, but it's pretty much just RSKGames at this point.
Feel free to submit your own thoughts, and I'll add them to these posts!!

This week, RSKGames looks at The Sheriff of Cardington

RSKGames

Overview: Another week of giving a new twist to a very popular game. This week it is the turn for memory match up pair game. Adding action elements to a card game is a fun surprise.
Read More
Views 145, Upvotes 3, 29th August, 2017
Player Thoughts
Pixelart
Platdude's spending some time at the beach, but he's unsure about his swimming abilities.
Luckily, he's found a coastguard, so is ensuring he's within sight, just in case.
Views 29, Upvotes 3, 30th August, 2017
Platizens , Beach
Blog
The town of Cardington is under attack.
Find pairs of monsters, to save all your fellow townsfolk.
Read More
Views 233, Upvotes 6, 28th August, 2017
Release
Blog

Developments


Hit that wonderful moment yesterday, when a bunch of code suddenly transforms into a game!
Read More
Views 67, Upvotes 3, 28th August, 2017
Daily Blog
Blog

Developments


The replacement game is coming along rather well, although there's not much of a game in there, yet.
Read More
Views 64, Upvotes 3, 27th August, 2017
Daily Blog
Game
Set the best times on a range of different star-lined tracks.
Views 1211, Upvotes 3, 12th November, 2005
Race
Blog

Developments


Continued to work on New AGameAWeek, yesterday.
Read More
Views 44, Upvotes 4, 10th September, 2017
Daily Blog
Poetry
You flick through the code, and hidden away,
Another bug sits and waves.
Causing an error that's breaking your game,
As it generally misbehaves.
Views 11, Upvotes 3, 24th November, 2017
Blog
Not much this week, or at least, not as good as Microbes anyway!

I decided to redo Raining Bombs, from a few weeks ago.
The last one was for my Cookie phone, (which has since become a Viewty phone) and this one's for Windows.



It looks more dramatic than it is!

Two turrets that shoot each other over and over again.
If you blast your enemy beneath the bottom of the screen, you win a point, and then it all starts all over again.

No intro, no music, not even a "BANG!", more a subtle silent set of weapons ;)

You can Download Raining Bombs here.

Is it worth adding more to this game?
Read More
Views 14, Upvotes 1, 7th July, 2009
Release
Game
Kill the beasties with your sword.
Views 2200, Upvotes 8, 10th November, 2009
Arcade , Simple
Pixelart
Platdude loves the rain.
He dances with his brolly, and enjoys the outside world.
Views 32, Upvotes 4, 5th September, 2017
Movie
Blog
The other day I considered redoing the whole wall structure. I considered making nice wonderful multidirectional walls, and levels with all kinds of diagonals, straight, and maybe even curves.
It seemed like a good idea.

Then I started to work on it, and... well.. it wasn't exactly super fast!
In fact, things were painfully slow.
As the game struggled to draw a single wall, with nice detail like the old one, I realised that drawing an entire arena in that way would only lead to drastic slowness on Blitz Basic's part.
It's a shame, but I think I'm going to have to cancel the whole plan.

..
So, today I opened up the old Alien Deathmatch, grabbed the nice "Level Renderer" code, stuffed it into the new game, tweaked it up to fit the new game's size, and bob's your uncle..


Read More
Views 10, Upvotes 2, 16th November, 2008
Daily Blog
Game
Guide your snake carefully over the hazardous plain. There are many treats to eat, but infinitely more walls to get in your way.
Views 1129, Upvotes 5, 15th August, 2016
Maze , Snake
Game
Guide Blockman without not eating!
Views 4629, Upvotes 28, 6th October, 2009
Pacman , Remake , Puzzle , Maze
Blog
As I dig my heels into the true Framework part of the Framework, there's still loads of bits and pieces to tackle on the ground floor.

Read More
Views 20, Upvotes 5, 20th November, 2017
Daily Blog
Blog
If you can, please give this benchmarker a run.

It's a simple little tool.
Unzip it, run the .exe, and watch as three "Bloke" sprites circle around for a little while.
Don't touch anything. The benchmark tool will do it all for you.
Running through a bunch of sprite-pushing tests, blending methods, and audio streaming, too.
It'll also flip to fullscreen to check there, too, so be warned if you're watching any other media on your PC at the time!!!

Once it's done (about a minute and a half) it'll leave a debug.txt file, which you should send my way.
Thanks for testing!
Views 62, Upvotes 4, 8th November, 2017
2018 Framework
Blog
I struggled for about an hour with C Strings, or rather Char* strings.
They're a total pain in my backside, so at the start of the project I opted to do something that I thought would be "quite clever"

Read More
Views 27, Upvotes 4, 13th November, 2017
Daily Blog
Game
Decent engine vs lack of new ideas.
Views 1855, Upvotes 4, 17th May, 2006
Remake , Abandoned
Blog
Last year I drew some graphics!
A set of sprites and background tiles for a DS game based on the classic Alien Breed on the Amiga.
The plan fell apart soon after.


Last week I decided to resurrect it on the PC.
Sorry! This is another none-DS game, folks!Read More
Views 51, Upvotes 4, 22nd February, 2008
Release
Blog
I posted Benchmark 2 over on Socoder, yesterday.

You can Download the Benchmark here.

Read More
Views 22, Upvotes 5, 14th November, 2017
Daily Blog , 2018 Framework
Site credits : If you can see it, Jayenkai did it.
(c) Jayenkai 2017 and onwards.
AGameAWeek - Games by Jayenkai